Chapter Education Funds

The Foundation’s chapter education funds provide support to specific collegiate or alumnae chapters to support educational and philanthropic programs. Most chapter education grants are used by chapters to pay for chapter officer or advisor participation in national Alpha Chi Omega leadership programs, such as Leadership Academy, Collegiate Growth Academy or Volunteer Summit, or for participation in campus-based leadership programs. Funds may also be used to provide educational programs for the entire chapter or the campus community or for philanthropic purposes. Grants from chapter education funds help reduce the impact of program costs on the chapter’s budget, helping to reduce collegiate member dues.

Chapter education grants are provided through endowed funds established by generous donors, and are typically established to benefit specific chapters, states and/or regions as specified by the donor.

Interested in making a gift to support a chapter education fund? Learn more >

Interested in learning how you can establish an endowed chapter education fund to support your chapter? Click here for more information about endowed funds.

Does your chapter qualify for a chapter education grant? Chapters who are beneficiaries of chapter education funds will be notified each year of their grant for the upcoming academic year and will be provided with instructions on how to receive those funds. 

For more information about chapter education funds, contact Foundation operations manager Erin Parks.